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  • Wright returning to St. Charles for QB-receiver campJul 8, 2014 12:00 AM
    A partner in Wisconsin-based Trickey-Wright QB-Receiver Camps, which conduct camps in 25 different states, former St. Charles High School, University of Wisconsin and Green Bay Packers quarterback Randy Wright will direct a two-day developmental football camp July 19-20 at St. Charles North.

     
  • Choreographer and dancer Aubree Storm, of Elburn, works with pop star Austin Mahone, above, and Justin Bieber, top left.

    Elburn native dances to fame with Austin Mahone, Justin BieberJul 7, 2014 12:00 AM
    Aubree Storm, who grew up in Elburn, has criss-crossed the globe these past few years working as a choreographer and hip-hop dancer for some of the world's biggest teen pop stars, including Justin Bieber. She's now a contributing choreographer for singer Austin Mahone. “Every TV performance you see (of Mahone), I stage.”

     
  • Special Olympics gymnast Janna Blowers, 19, of Campton Hills practices her beam routine at Excel Gymnastics in Geneva. She will be competing in the 2014 USA Games in New Jersey next week. A gymnast since she was 5, Janna has made state finals the last nine years.

    After nine trips to state, gymnast ready for USA GamesJun 12, 2014 12:00 AM
    Janna Blowers’ passion for gymnastics started at the age of 5. After competing in Special Olympics for 11 years, the 19-year-old will be representing Illinois at the Special Olympics 2014 USA Games in New Jersey next week. “She is very excited,” said mother Betsy Blowers of Campton Hills. “This is going to be her one and only (time). In Illinois, you only get one (chance at nationals).”

     
  • Looking back at another season filled with memorable momentsJun 12, 2014 12:00 AM
    This is it. This is my last column of the 2013-2014 school year. That might elicit a chorus of cheers from some readers but for me it means that another high school sports season has come and gone.

     
  • Former St. Charles prep stars selected in MLB DraftJun 12, 2014 12:00 AM
    Being a left-handed pitcher can have its advantages. If you want proof, just ask St. Charles’ Wes Benjamin and Zach Hirsch, who were among the 1,215 picks selected during the 3-day Major League Baseball First-Year Player Draft that concluded Saturday.

     
  • Sabrina Rabin steals one of her 28 bases this year and 89 in the past three seasons — she’s St. Charles North’s all-time leader.

    Rabin one of St. Charles North’s best both on, off fieldJun 12, 2014 12:00 AM
    In his years coaching football, basketball and softball at St. Charles North, not to mention his lifetime of both playing and watching sports in St. Charles, few people have seen the top athletes come and go the last 20-plus years as North Stars softball coach Tom Poulin. He’s said goodbye to plenty of seniors in all those sports, the vast majority hardworking, talented kids that Poulin has loved coaching and will sincerely miss working with on the basketball court or softball field. It says something then with all those players that he’s seen Poulin’s reaction after Sabrina Rabin played her last softball game in a St. Charles North uniform last week at the Class 4A Bartlett sectional.

     
  • Lake Zurich senior volleyball player Michael Savio.

    Images: Daily Herald All-Area Spring Honorary Team CaptainsJun 12, 2014 12:00 AM
    Images of Daily Herald All-Area honorary team captains in baseball, softball, girls soccer, and boys volleyball for the Spring 2014 season.

     
  • Bob Parks, from left, Andrew Schuetz, Luke Dettlo and Dillon Mugge build a deck for the family of a disabled teen last June in Prestonsburg, Kentucky. High school students from St. Charles Episcopal Church spend a few days each June repairing homes on a mission trip called Mission in the Mountains.

    St. Charles church youth group to repair Kentucky homesJun 8, 2014 12:00 AM
    Seven high school students will participate in "Mission in the Mountains," a program that will allow them to travel to Kentucky to help build and repair homes. The students are with the St. Charles Episcopal Church.

     
  • Cardiopulmonary resuscitation will be taught to all high school students starting in the fall.

    Quinn signs law requiring students be taught CPRJun 5, 2014 12:00 AM
    Illinois high school students will be required to get training on cardiopulmonary resuscitation and other safety skills under a bill that Gov. Pat Quinn signed. The new law also requires training on automated external defibrillators. The legislation was inspired by a St. Charles North student who died in 2008.

     
  • South Elgin’s Ryan Nutof reacts as he crosses the plate with a two-run home run in the first inning against St. Charles North in the Class 4A Schaumburg sectional semifinal game Thursday.

    South Elgin’s roll continuesJun 5, 2014 12:00 AM
    South Elgin is making playoff baseball look easy. The Storm scored 7 runs in the first two innings against No. 3 St. Charles North and elite right-hander Ryan Nutof limited the North Stars to an unearned run on 3 hits and struck out 9 in a complete-game victory in a Class 4A Schaumburg sectional semifinal Thursday.

     
  • Kaneland’s Issac Swithers crosses the finish line for his team in the 400-meter relay during the boys class 2A state track and field finals in Charleston Saturday. Swithers will be one of the top returnees to next year’s team.

    Kaneland’s runner-up featured mix of veterans, youthJun 5, 2014 12:00 AM
    On Sunday, Kaneland graduated a slew of athletes who led the Knights to second place in Class 2A at the Boys Track and Field State Finals in Charleston. They’ll also return key members who in 2015 will try to prevent Cahokia from winning a boys record fifth straight state championship.

     
  • Hot-hitting Glenbard North ousts St. Charles North hardJun 3, 2014 12:00 AM
    Tom Poulin knows a thing or two about the best softball teams in Illinois, and the St. Charles North coach knew he saw one in the opposite dugout Tuesday afternoon in the Class 4A Bartlett sectional semifinals.

     
  • Joe Lewnard/jlewnard@dailyherald.com Kaneland’s Nate Dyer won the shot put during the boys class 2A state track and field finals in Charleston Saturday.

    Kaneland pushes but can’t topple CahokiaMay 31, 2014 12:00 AM
    Ben Barnes saw the opening and took it. Cahokia’s Jamari Ward, who had led Class 2A long jump since he went 22 feet, 10½ inches on his first attempt in Friday’s preliinaries of the Boys Track and Field Championships, didn’t go any farther his first try in Saturday’s finals. The next time around, he passed. Barnes, the junior from Kaneland, responded with an 8-inch personal-record leap of 23-5 that catapulted him into first place.

     
  • Khoury, Wright lead St. Charles North to regional crownMay 31, 2014 12:00 AM
    St. Charles North entered Saturday’s home Class 4A regional championship game against Glenbard North fixated on hanging a number on the board — in reference to the school’s three previous regional championship nameplates on display behind home plate. Best friends and battery mates Cory Wright and Kyle Khoury did the heavy lifting and worked overtime to ensure that became a reality for the North Stars.

     
  • The St. Charles North Stars are all smiles after their win over Bartlett in the championship game of Class 4A Addison Trail regional Saturday.

    Rabin hits, pitches St. Charles North to regional titleMay 31, 2014 12:00 AM
    After ending the last two seasons in regional title games, the St. Charles North softball team was eager to hoist the Class 4A Addison Trail regional plaque. Behind the clutch pitching and legs of senior Sabrina Rabin, the fourth-seeded North Stars were able to rally from an early deficit to defeat No. 5 Bartlett 5-2 in Saturday’s title game. St. Charles North will play Glenbard North in the Bartlett sectional semifinal on Tuesday.

     
  • St. Charles East’s Koenen upset in quarterfinalsMay 30, 2014 12:00 AM
    Jasper Koenen’s route into championship bracket of the boys tennis state tournament was blocked by Eddie Grabill. The Hinsdale Central junior ended the title hopes for Koenen (29-1) on Friday at Hersey High School in Arlington Heights.

     
  • Brandon Bishop of Kaneland carries the baton for his team in the 4x400-meter relay during the Class 2A boys track and field state preliminaries in Charleston on Friday.

    Kaneland leads all teams with 16 entries in finalsMay 30, 2014 12:00 AM
    Pumped up after winning his heat of the 300 hurdles, his fourth qualifying event of the day, Kaneland’s Dylan Nauert summarized his physical status. “I feel better than I ever have on the track,” said the mustachioed senior, who overcame midseason hamstring and groin injuries to feel “100 percent.”

     
  • Tyler Brett Caruso

    Caruso Memorial Concert set for Thursday in St. CharlesMay 29, 2014 12:00 AM
    The 12th annual Tyler Brett Caruso Memorial Concert, from 7 to 9 p.m. Thursday, May 29, will celebrate the life of Tyler Caruso, a St. Charles East High School student leader, musician, athlete, and community activist who died unexpectedly of cardiac arrest on July 14, 2002, at the age of 17.

     
  • John King of Marmion Academy returns the ball during the state boys tennis tournament at Hoffman Estates High School Thursday.

    St. Charles East’s Koenen starts strong at stateMay 29, 2014 12:00 AM
    Jasper Koenen got off to a flying state tennis tournament start Thursday as he dominated three opponents in the heat and sun to easily advance into Friday’s round of 16 where he meets Brendon Harris of Edwardsville at tourney host Hersey High School in Arlington Heights.

     
  • St. Charles North’s Anthony Lambert dives safely back to first base as Glenbard East’s John Allen receives the pick off throw in the regional semifinal game in St. Charles.

    Bunts help St. Charles North get past Glenbard EastMay 28, 2014 12:00 AM
    Locked in a tense 1-run regional semifinal with Glenbard East through five innings, St. Charles North turned to the bunt to break the game open. Three different North Stars bunted for a hit and three more laid down sacrifice bunts as small ball played a big part of the North Stars’ 10-5 win and their 8-run sixth inning.

     
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